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When you think about your skin health , you might think that a daily skin routine and staying out of the sun will pretty much be enough.
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16 min ago | The Papillion Times
When flu season lasts nearly half the year, and colds can strike at any time, it's important to have an at-home arsenal ready to fight off symptoms.
1 hr ago | The Des Moines Register
According to a 2008 research study by Heinz, Brussels sprouts are the most-hated vegetable in America.
2 hrs ago | The Daily Record
I threw back the duvet and saw this snake sitting on my chest.. I started to scream and it bit me on the breast CAROLINE Griffin from Fife says she thought she was going to die after waking to find the 4ft reptile beneath her duvet.
Everybody knows the importance of consuming healthy foods to better combat diseases, but not everybody knows what foods are nutritious and what impact they have on our health.
Exams are on and it is not just children who are under stress. At a time like this, what you eat can make a huge difference on how children and parents deal with the stress.
Ginger and garlic are underground edible plant portions generally used as spice in South Asia.
Bananas are one of the most widely consumed fruits in the world for good reason.
It is all we hear about these days. Eating kale = a healthy person. Or so that is what we read.
Subway was quick to say it would phase out azodicarbonamide from its bread after a popular food blogger raised health concerns.
St. Matthews homemaker Kathy Howard squinted at a package of coconut flour while grocery shopping Tuesday, putting on her reading glasses so she could decipher the number of calories.
A doctoral research carried out in the University of Eastern Finland shows that Healthy diet in midlife decreases risks of memory disorder in old age, Finnish Daily Helsingin Sanomat reported on Monday.
CAULIFLOWER! The cute little white trees with incredible health benefits. In Europe and Australia, we cover them in cheese and in Bangladesh, we cover them in oil - but there are so many other ways to eat them.
Maeve Mangine poses for a photo with a log full of shiitake mushrooms in Shrewsbury, Vt.